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Despite the lockout, you're likely to see, and pictures of perfect manicure, fillers and toned abs on Social Media .
The reality for most of us, there is no access to the Fitness Studio and beauty treatments that we might leave in the rule.
And can people with a completely different image of himself.
"Over this period of time, you have a lot of time to yourself, it makes you think," Katy Says .
"Why am I actually doing - is it for me? Is it because I feel like I have to look good to Other People ? What it is, I'm actually doing?"'No other choice than to get used to it,'
Katy was stopped by a top-up of your fillers in March, but their beauty technicians in Tamworth in March, because of the coronavirus.
Without the top-up, some break down parts of the filler, resulting in an uneven look.
"I'm sort of looking, thinking to myself 'I can't wait to get this done, if lockdown is all over,'" she Says .Katy said, you will be The First in the series to get your nails, if the block ends with
, as well as the fillers, Katy gets the nails and eyelash extensions. In General, she Says , she would be caught, "never dead, without acrylics" - make you feel "more feminine and petite".
"Without you, I felt so ugly," she Says . "It is almost used as the training itself, what you actually look. "
But it also Katy is the time to think.
"It is so that you don't understand help me, I really need as much as I think. "
she understood the treatments she was missing, Katy stopped following Instagram pages show, fillers or beauty treatments and following pages began about self-love and self-reflection.
look at old photos of themselves has also helped.
"I had to get used to no choice but to, but I will definitely be The First in the series to the nail salon. "The Gym is my 'therapy,'
"Not the way to do what I is usually as a therapy really hard," she tells Newsbeat.
you can't keep to your usual workout because you live in a small house with a family.
Prior to the lockdown, she got to a point where you felt, content, healthy and "light on my feet".Ursula lockdown has spent, you completed your Personal Trainer course
you stay with yoga and meditation calm.
"I would like to say, I'm still content, but I want to be a bit heavier than I Am .
"But I also feel very happy for This Time , before all of that I started was at a point where I felt burned out very. "To Love myself beyond all measure'Rosy Says she loves fillings, because they can change your look, without to have something surgery
"I'm able to get all of these experiences, in such a big place I Am now. "
"I love the fact that I still have the opportunity to change. "'not judge how you feel just as wrong'
the psychotherapist Danielle Sandler explained that the lockdown picture can bring a lot of conflict in the human self.
Danielle's advice for dealing with body image issues is not to assess "how you feel as wrong or inadmissible."
"whatever you feel is OK, and Be Careful not to minimize. "
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